MBM Motorsports and Joey Gase are proud to announce RINI Technologies, an advanced thermal management company, will be partnering with Gase as an associate partner the rest of the season.
Founded in the spring of 2000, RINI Technologies got its start winning competitive contracts through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. With customers such as Army Natick Soldier Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, Office of Naval Research, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and more, RINI is well known and respected in the advanced thermal management industry. Focusing on Innovative Products, Research & Development, Custom Customers Solutions, RINI Technologies provides unmatched solutions to their customers in the Military, Medical and Auto Racing markets.
“I am very excited to be teaming up with RINI Technologies not only for this weekend but for the rest of the season and this partnership could not have come at a better time!” said Gase. “This weekend I will be making my first start in the Coca Cola 600 which is the longest race in NASCAR. With temperatures predicted to be in the mid 90s and with the NC humidity it will be over 130 in the car. I was extremely worried about facing heat exhaustion and dehydration but thanks to my RINI Personal Cooling System I know I can ease my mind of that.”
The RINI Technologies’ PCS-Auto is the smallest, lightest, and most effective Personal Cooling Solution available today. The PCS-Auto is powered via 12V and employs patented miniature refrigeration technology to continuously chill a flow of water to the Cooling Shirt. The PCS-Auto miniature cooling technology provides more heat transfer and is more efficient than air cooling or thermoelectric systems. The system can also be configured in a battery powered, backpack format, to cool the crew members.
If you would like to know more information about RINI Technologies and how to get your own RINI Personal Cooling System please visit RiniTech.com.
Founded in the spring of 2000, RINI Technologies got its start winning competitive contracts through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. With customers such as Army Natick Soldier Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, Office of Naval Research, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and more, RINI is well known and respected in the advanced thermal management industry. Focusing on Innovative Products, Research & Development, Custom Customers Solutions, RINI Technologies provides unmatched solutions to our customers in the Military, Medical and Auto Racing markets
STAFF: The thermal management technologies employed by RINI require special skills,
training and experience base. With a mix of key employees holding advanced degrees in
their respective fields of expertise, RINI Technologies works closely with the
academic community to groom a qualified work force. RINI Technologies staff has many
specialty skills in fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamic analysis and
modeling, advanced materials, heat exchanger design, refrigeration and systems integration.
In addition, RINI Technologies has a dedicated machine shop for rapid prototyping and
precision manufacturing and assembly.
FACILITIES: RINI’s office and research laboratory is located in Oviedo, Florida
approximately one mile from the University of Central Florida. The 12,000 square foot
facility provides flexible space for the administration, engineering, research and
development, integration and rapid prototyping; with 6,000 square feet of laboratory space
with a fully equipped machine shop.
CUSTOM PRODUCT CREATION: RINI has been building custom products for a wide variety
of markets for over 15 years. We work closely with our customers to understand and define
their needs, engineer a solution that meets or exceeds their requirements, and deliver a
product on time and within budget. All of our products are designed for manufacturing and thoroughly tested for usability and durability in some of the most demanding environments. RINI Technologies has the facilities, equipment, and experience to build your custom product.
MBM was created by Carl and Dee Dee Long who then partnered with Derek White, James Carter, and John Jackson. They now run their own engine program made possible by Rocky and Tom Smith. MBM runs the Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series and the new Toyota Supra in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
LifeShare Carolinas and Joey Gase Team up together to put on a Hand Prints of Hope Event in Honor of Sam Bass
CHARLOTTE, May 16, 2019 – On Saturday, May 25, LifeShare Carolinas will proudly sponsor Joey Gase as he drives the #35 LifeShare Carolinas car in the Alsco 300. The car will bear the name and photo of Sam Bass along with Hand Prints, Hearts, and Messages from Sam’s family and supporters. Bass was in need of a lifesaving kidney transplant, and sadly, did not get one in time and passed away this past February.
During the unveiling event, Sam’s family will be given the chance to place their handprints on the car in paint and write personal messages to him. The public is invited to the event as well to place their personal stamp in support of donation and Sam. They will also have the chance to meet Joey, learn about organ, eye, and tissue donation, view Sam’s artwork, and classic cars.
Sam’s wife, Denise, says, “I'm very appreciative to Joey Gase for honoring Sam's memory in such a special way. Joey and I share a common bond related to organ donation; and we are fortunate to have his sponsor LifeShare Carolinas provide the platform for our efforts to raise awareness about this critical need of thousands suffering serious illness, possibly someone close to you. Sam would be very proud to know his legacy is being carried on to help others.”
WHAT: LifeShare Carolinas Unveils Car in Honor of NASCAR Artist Sam Bass/Hand Prints of Hope Event
WHEN: Tuesday, May 21
4:30 p.m. - Sam’s family places their handprints on the car
5-7 p.m. – Event open to the public
WHERE: Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau, 10099 Weddington Road Ext. Suite 102, Concord, NC 28027
EVENT SPEAKERS: Representative of Sam Bass’ Family and Joey Gase